One of the marvels of London 2012 was how easily people were able to move around the city, as well as the venues in other parts of Great Britain. The Tube was fantastic for getting to the events, as well as London's buses. Britain's rail service worked well for getting to venues like Millenium Stadium in Cardiff, and the shuttle buses from Slough to Eton Dorney were fantastic. The Javelin Train took passengers from Olympic Park to Central London in a mere 6 minutes and the Emirates Air Line (cable car over the Thames) took you from the Greenwich Peninsula to the Royal Docks. Overall, the organizers moved a lot of people to a lot of different places quickly and efficiently.
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